Browser wars have heated up and every major developer, be it Mozilla, Google, Microsoft and Opera are hard at work to get the biggest pie in the market. There are a ton of features being added and the next big change that’s about to come is support for Windows 8.
The Windows 8 operating system is expected to launch sometime, this year and browser manufacturers are racing to get their browsers ready for it. A few days back, we talked about Mozilla preparing the Firefox browser for Windows 8. Now, Google has announced that they are working on a Chrome build for Windows 8 as well. A Google spokesperson told Mashable that they were working on the Windows 8 build based on the desktop version of the Chrome browser.
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